Given the recent economic situation in Russia, occurred due to the fall in oil prices and sanctions restrictions it can be concluded that in the foreseeable future, most of Russia’s budget revenues will amount to non-oil revenues. In this connection it is necessary to create conditions for improving competitiveness of the domestic industry and its diversification. This problem cannot be solved without government assistance. The article discusses one of the most important measures of the state support for industrial investment projects implementation — Projects Financing Program (RF Government Resolution of October 11, 2014 № 1044). The article presents detailed specifications, conditions, advantages and disadvantages, as well as results of the Projects Financing Program functioning in 2015. Special attention is paid to describing selection procedures of investment projects and principals with timelines and performance characteristics of each of its stages. Based on the analysis of key aspects of projects selection and funding within the Projects Financing Program a number of recommendations for stakeholders of this process is formulated.
The Tomsk region is a diverse region. Half the population lives in the region capital, known all over the country by its research-educational and innovation potential. The rest of the population lives in cities with economic predominance of oil and gas industry and in rural areas. The Tomsk region governor Sergey Zhvachkin tells how the regional government manages to diversify the economic policy.
How to make a city compact, comfortable, to solve complexly a number of transport and social problems — this and many other questions are covered in an interview by the Honorary builder of Russia, General Director of the investment projects management company “INEX”, Advisor to the President of the Group of Companies “MONARCH” Andrey Bakunichev.
The project of building a new terminal A at Vnukovo airport was realized in the framework of an extensive program of Vnukovo airport modernization and development. “There won’t be anything analogous to the passengers terminal A for another forty years in Russia”, — says the chairman of the Board of Directors of LLC “Transstroyinvest” Alexey Fomenko. In his interview he dwelled on technical features of the project, on how much efforts it required from the builders, on human resources policy and the need for fundamentally new approach of the government to the sector development.
Bashkortostan has long followed the path of an extremely conservative development. Even in the late 1990s here publicly sounded the slogan: “Let us not allow to destroy collective farms!” And they did not allow it, but in the end it ended badly: both reorganization was not carried out, and the farms were not preserved either…